Report: Eagles have 4th pick narrowed down to four players

According to Rotoworld.com, Albert Breer of the NFL Network has reported that the Philadelphia Eagles they’ve narrowed down the fourth overall pick to four players.

NFL Network’s Albert Breer reported on Total Access that the Eagles have narrowed the No. 4 pick down to four players.

“At this point,” said Breer, “the likelihood is they go with either an offensive lineman or a defensive front player.” The four identities are not known, but Breer mentioned the top-three offensive tackles, in addition to Oregon DE/LB Dion Jordan and Utah DT Star Lotulelei. Breer essentially ruled out West Virginia QB Geno Smith going fourth overall, but did mention Florida State QB E.J. Manuel as a candidate for Philly’s second-round pick (No. 35).